Equipment Doesn’t Win Championships. People Do

 

Netball ACT invites all coaches, umpires, parents and administrators to a day of learning, knowledge sharing and exploring the areas of team dynamics, culture and performance. Key note presenter for the day will be 4 x Olympian and 3 x Olympic Medallist, Bo Hanson. Bo has been working within sport and the business sector for over 20 years, delivering leadership, management and coach development.

The afternoon will be a special umpire session, presented by Daryl Durham, from Optimum Edge Consulting. The session will be focused around how umpires can be better equipped to deal with aggressive behaviour.

Date: Saturday 21 July 2018

Venue: Lakers Room, Hockey ACT – 196 Mouat St, Lyneham ACT 2602

Cost: FREE of Charge

Register: Visit https://bit.ly/2K93wUC by 13 July 2018

 

The day will be comprise of group topics relating to all areas of sport and culture, along with split sessions specific to the areas of coach development, coach high performance and umpiring.

Time Topic
9:00am Welcome and introductions
9:15am Coach Self Awareness and better understanding your athletes

Presented by Bo Hanson – Athlete Assessments

10:15am Developing a team culture and athlete accountability

Presented by Bo Hanson – Athlete Assessments

11:30am Mental Toughness

Presented by Bo Hanson – Athlete Assessments

12:30pm Lunch
Coach Development

Location:  SolarHub Netball Centre

Presented by an interstate High Performance Coach

Coach High Performance

Presented by Bo Hanson – Athlete Assessments

Umpire Development

Location:  SolarHub Netball Centre

Presented by Darryl Durham – Optimum Edge

1:30pm Creating shooter connections and circle awareness What great coaches get right Managing Conflict

 

2:00pm DISC profile understanding you as a coach
3:00pm Accuracy is the key for a shooter Application of DISC
4:00pm Conclusion

 

“Sport is played by people, coached by people and managed by people, so it is imperative to get the people side right.” ~ Bo Hanson, Athlete Assessments